Saturday Only – Get a $25 American Express Statement Credit For Spending $25 Or More

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Don’t forget that with Small Business Saturday and American Express you can receive a $25 statement credit by registering an American Express card and purchasing $25 or more at a participating small business. You, like many other shoppers are likely to spend $25 on Saturday. If you have an American Express card, like the American Express SPG card, just by registering your card and spending at a participating small business you’ll get an easy $25 statement credit. Here is the post I mentioned the other day with more details.


  • Register through this American Express link
  • Get a one-time $25 statement credit when you register an eligible American Express card and use that card to purchase $25 or more at a small business on November 26th
  • Small business categories include Business Expense, Travel, Dining, Entertainment, Services, and Shopping
  • Go to this Facebook site to find qualifying small businesses where you can spend $25 to receive a $25 statement credit

Bottom Line

Whats not to like, spend $25 to get an equal statement credit.

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  1. The facebook SBS site said “no new registrations” last night, and the site says “unavailable” now. Looks like it’s now only for those of us who already pre-registered and got email confirmation.

  2. The “no new registrations” refers only to the limited number of merchants who got the free facebook ad. AMEX SBS is valid at any small business or local chain that accepts AMEX, even if if is not listed.

    ~ Mars

  3. SHAME ON AMERICAN EXPRESS. I signed up yesterday. Figured I’d look at the list today and go shopping to support local businesses. There is NOWHERE to find a list of merchants. All “links” take me to facebood where there is nothing but complaints about not being able to find the link. What was good on the drawing board has some definite issues in execution.

  4. @Bee Dee – you should be safe as long as it’s a amall biz that takes Amex. We have a few multi-store local chains (up to 10 locations) here that are covered. It’s not just those on the list; the ones on the list were those who also maintained facebook pages. In my area, that included a few long-dead stores. Using your best judgment will likely bear fruit. You know what it’s NOT.

    Good luck!

  5. @Mars Candiotti – thanks. Saw the “no new registrations” message and had no way to test it, as my cards returned the “already registered” message.

  6. I was very excited about supporting small business today and using my AE was an added benefit for me to get back something, BUT looks like I didn’t read or hear about the small print…
    Very misleading American Express!

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